nandah sunando ’tha jayo
vijayah prabalo balah
kumudah kumudaksas ca
jayantah srutadevas ca
puspadanto ’tha satvatah
camum te jaghnur asurim
nandah sunandah—the associates of Lord Visnu such as Nanda and Sunanda; atha—in this way; jayah vijayah prabalah balah kumudah kumudaksah ca visvaksenah—as well as Jaya, Vijaya, Prabala, Bala, Kumada, Kumudaksa and Visvaksena; patattri-rat—Garuda, the king of the birds; jayantah srutadevah ca puspadantah atha satvatah—Jayanta, Srutadeva, Puspadanta and Satvata; sarve—all of them; naga-ayuta-pranah—as powerful as ten thousand elephants; camum—the soldiers of the demons; te—they; jaghnuh—killed; asurim—demoniac.
Nanda, Sunanda, Jaya, Vijaya, Prabala, Bala, Kumuda, Kumudaksa, Visvaksena, Patattrirat [Garuda], Jayanta, Srutadeva, Puspadanta and Satvata were all associates of Lord Visnu. They were as powerful as ten thousand elephants, and now they began killing the soldiers of the demons.
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